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CNN
Nov 10, 2013 4:30am PST
you're looking at is pretty shocking. a heroin addict overdoses. her name is liz. she's been using drugs since she was 11. today, she's 29. they were both with her that night in august. they both volunteer with a program in north carolina that provides clean needles and other assistance to addicts. >> she seemed to be pretty unresponsive and we were noticing a blueing of the lips, lack of oxygen, so her breathing becomes quite shallow. >> well, once someone's not breathing and they're not responding to any sort of stimulus, you give them breath and at that time, i usually administer meloxin. >> now, watch what happens next. >> you gave her about 60 of narcan. >> narcan, also known as me loxin, can reverse an overdose from heroin and other drugs like oxycodone. anotherst sternal rub, another shot of narcan. >> let's give her another shot of narcan. >> 12 cc. >> and finally, liz begins to come to. >> liz? you okay? you went out. we've given you some narcan. you overdosed. can you sit up? >> yeah. >> all right, come on. >> do you want a glass of water? >> it is just a remarkable video
CNN
Nov 3, 2013 4:30am PST
been using drugs since she was 11. today she is 29. adam and louise were both with her that night in august, and they both volunteered with a program that provides clean needles and other assistance to addic addicts. >> she seemed to be pretty unresponsive and we were noticing blueing of the lips and lack of oxygen and her breathing became shallow. >> once they were not breathing and you give them breath and at that time i usually administer this. >> watch what happens next. >> it can reverse an overdose from heroin, from other drugs, like oxycodone. another sturpbl rub and another shot of tphaur can. finally, liz begins to come to. >> liz? are you okay? you went out. we give you mouth to mouth recess taeugs, and we have given you tphaur cam, and you overdosed. can you sit up? >> yeah. >> when somebody takes heroin, the drug locks on to reseptemberers in the brain. this can free up those and essentially bring you back to life. you might wonder, that video of liz, is that real? we showed it to four emergency room doctors, and they said yes. >> i can't believe somebody cared about m
CNN
Nov 2, 2013 1:30pm PDT
're looking at is pretty shocking. a heroin addict overdosing. her name is liz. she's been using drugs since she was 11. today she's 29. adam wigglesworth and louise vincent were both with her that night in august. they both volunteer with a program in greensboro, north carolina, that provides clean needles and other assistance to addicts. >> she seemed to be pretty unresponsive and we noticed a blueing of the lips and lack of oxygen and her breathing became quite shallow. >> well, once someone's not breathing and responding to any sort of stimulus, you give them breath, and at that time i usually administer the drug. >> watch what happens next. >> we gave her about 60 units of narcan. >> narcan can reverse an overdose from heroin and other drugs like oxycodone. >> liz? >> another sternal rub, another shot of narcan. >> let's go ahead and give her some more narcan. >> giving her the rest of this whole cc. >> and finally, liz begins to come to. >> liz? you okay? you went out. mouth to mouth without hesitation. we're giving you some narcan. you overdosed. can you sit up? >> yeah. >> all right,
CNN
Nov 24, 2013 4:30am PST
this stat. most of us are going to eat about 3,000 calories in just that one meal. we're going to spend some time showing you how to cut your calories with the help of top chef hugh achison. we'll also tell you how to stay sane, after all, who could forget this? >> dad wants ambrosia so i we got to get the miniature march marshmallows. you do the cranberry. you know i can't cook. yeah, well, i'll see you tomorrow then. gobble, gobble. oh, bye-bye. >> you may remember that clip from the hilarious 1987 movie "planes, trains and automobiles." we are getting old. steve martin and also the late great john candy. look, i'm going to tell you, the holidays, they can be a trying time, you know this, for families from all across the country. so joining me with how to survive holiday hell as many people call it, our very own richard quest in new york and from los angeles behavior expert wendy walsh. welcome to both of you. wendy, it's a different kind of stress, right, a special kind of stress, if you will, over the holidays. because you say getting together with relatives is the closest thing we have
CNN
Nov 16, 2013 1:30pm PST
medical marijuana has been accepted in the medical community here? >> if you use it for appropriate patients is, who are not responding to conventional therapies, then canibanoids, i think is entirely reasonable and most of my colleagues believe this is an entirely acceptable way of treating patients. >> but here again in the uk, the law hasn't caught up with the attitudes of those doctors, forcing jamie's journey. so you were nervous the first time? >> yes, completely. >> he declared his medical marijuana to the customs agent and was allowed to bring it back here. so this is your medicine now? so his home. jamie hopes none of this is forever. and would love to be off all of his meds one way, including medical marijuana. >> i want to be fixed. i don't want to keep medicating. i want my life back. i want to be able to work and go out partying with the rest of the world. i want to be able to drive a car. i want to walk down the road and get a pint of milk. >> this helps with the pain, but this doesn't fix the underlying problems. >> doesn't fix the underlying problems, but it helps a
CNN
Nov 30, 2013 1:30pm PST
and that i had more work to do on earth and that i had to go back to my body. >> and randi kaye joins us now via skype. randi, you know, it's interesting it's a wonderful documentary, people should watch this. there are a lot of stories about these near-death experiences, as a doctor, you know, you always want to sort of parse out what is real, what is inexplicable, what is not real. you spent time with mary, this doctor. what were your impressions? what did you walk away feeling? >> well, she's a spinal surgeon in jackson hole, wyoming. she is an incredible woman who truly believes what happened to her really did happen to her. i mean, she remembers watching them try and save her, watching them work on her body on the riverbank. she's an incredibly warm, spiritual woman. this has really changed her life. i mean, she remembers being lifted out of the water by what she called spirits which she thinks are souls which she thought were maybe her relatives even and they walked her down this hallway she says to this very bright room, and they did a life review with her. they went back through her
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